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Difference physically after training?

#1
Hi everyone-my 1st post-going selection 19th then should be at winchester for phase 1 in November. What I'm interested in is how peoples bodies have changed after completing training-be it phase 1+2 or just phase 1, have people lost weight/put it on? Are they noticeably bigger/musclier or are they slimmer?that kind of thing. Thanks for any replies.
 
#4
ah, well... It all depends Libertine on your genetics really! Although most people can develop muscle tone, bulk-up, slim-down etc... Some individuals just dont tone up due to inheritance, it all depends on the individual - we cant all look like Arnie, well... when he HAD muscle, due to politics the tw@t has lost it all!!!!!!

All you can do is eat right and train hard and perhaps you will see a difference, luckily I'm one of those people who get ripped-up quite nicely, but my dad as a young sprout used to be very muscular!

did i seem quite gay in that post? :p
 
#6
Well you certainly won't put on any muscle size considering your only upper body work will be a few pressups every now and again and you'll be generally be getting run ragged. You could lose weight but it depends what sh1te you eat in the cookhouse everyday as at the end of the day if you consume more calories then you expend you'll get fat. Everyones bodies are different so they will react differently to exercise and food choices.
 
#7
On the other hand, the bromine in the tea that they make you drink can have a very negative effect on your 'body'.

Some of the older members of this site are still drooping as a result. ;)
 
#9
Fallschirmjager said:
That's why they invented viagra! :)
Thats what you were doing in the med centre yesterday then mate :wink:
 
#10
One of our lads in juniors developed man breast by the end of our training, so you never know what you might turn out like.
 
#12
PassingBells said:
On the other hand, the bromine in the tea that they make you drink can have a very negative effect on your 'body'.

Some of the older members of this site are still drooping as a result. ;)
Bromine goes into ones swimming pool, bromide in the tea :?
 
#13
Trevelez said:
PassingBells said:
On the other hand, the bromine in the tea that they make you drink can have a very negative effect on your 'body'.

Some of the older members of this site are still drooping as a result. ;)
Bromine goes into ones swimming pool, bromide in the tea :?
I wondered where the brown stain came from.
 
#16
PassingBells said:
On the other hand, the bromine in the tea that they make you drink can have a very negative effect on your 'body'.

Some of the older members of this site are still drooping as a result. ;)
Oi, you promised that you would never say anything....

Litotes
 
#17
Definately a physical difference.

In a non gay way your abs are more defined, and stick out. You have nicely toned pecs, and noticeable muscle on your arm.

Finally, your penis grows 3 inches ;)

Last bit was a lie, but pretty much that's what I notice. Then, at Sergeant, with the extra training you gain a beer belly, unless you're a shit hot sergeant (seen a lot) that are hench blood.
 
#19
Fallschirmjager said:
Well you certainly won't put on any muscle size considering your only upper body work will be a few pressups every now and again and you'll be generally be getting run ragged. You could lose weight but it depends what sh1te you eat in the cookhouse everyday as at the end of the day if you consume more calories then you expend you'll get fat. Everyones bodies are different so they will react differently to exercise and food choices.
My bold

Rope climbs with full CEFO, 50m crawl through the "tubes" on assault course, heaves, rope climbs in the gym. Maybe I should've gone airbourne, since their phase 1 appears easier than mine was ;)

I put on a stone in basic training, and bulked up all over.
 
#20
smudge67 said:
Rope climbs with full CEFO, 50m crawl through the "tubes" on assault course, heaves, rope climbs in the gym. Maybe I should've gone airbourne, since their phase 1 appears easier than mine was ;)

I put on a stone in basic training, and bulked up all over.
Nowhere near enough to build some quality muscle. You were obviously on steroids. :)
 

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